With two Super Bowl rings as a head coach in his back pocket, Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs truly has nothing left to prove.
Reid has been a lock for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for a long time, now. But his victories in Super Bowl 54 and Super Bowl 57 cement his legacy as one of the all-time greats, and it’s not too premature to argue that he belongs on the Mt. Rushmore of NFL head coaches.
His future as an NFL head coach has been talked about for several years. Reid will be 65 years of age in March and has nothing else to accomplish.
According to a report from Aaron Wilson of KPCR 2, the Chiefs are expected to promote Matt Nagy to offensive coordinator following Eric Bieniemy’s move to Washington. Not only that, but Wilson added that the former Chicago Bears coach “is a top candidate to” succeed Reid, and that the successor will “likely” take over in three years.
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Reid will find it difficult to retire given the state of this Kansas City team. He has the world’s best football player in Patrick Mahomes, after all, and the drive to continue winning may just keep him going well past 2026.
That’s all for another day, though. What we do know is that Reid is definitely back in Kansas City for at least another season, and likely more.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.